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Hellsinki Metal Horizons announced new bands

Elsa Marques 03/03/2022 News Comments Off on Hellsinki Metal Horizons announced new bands
Hellsinki Metal Horizons announced new bands

Our partner festival, Hellsinki Metal Horizons, announced new bands on 01.03. : Exciter and local heroes MyGrain, Assemble the Chariots and The Hirvi reinforce the festival lineup.

Hellsinki Metal Horizons, a club festival with eyes to the horizons, scouring the metalverse for acts that you don’t see every summer around every corner!

The main festival event will take place June 10th-11th at Ääniwalli, in the Vallila district of Helsinki, with a warm-up club gig at downtown On The Rocks, on June 9th.

Expect to find more than just bands, as the event is designed as an experience, of which more will be revealed in due time.

Hellsinki Metal Horizons is brought to you as a collaborative effort from Elektrik Products (EP) and Enslain and with the support of TheBlackPlanet zine. Horizons can be seen as a cousin event to EP’s well-established and long-revered Hellsinki Industrial Festival incorporating the same high-quality visuals and venue trimming.

Widen your metal horizons!

About Hellsinki Horizons Festival:

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Adopted the role of the zine Finnish emissary, and since my addition to the roster, I have been juggling the tasks of Editor-in-chief, Promoter and Manager of the zine social media pages. As part of the permanent staff of the zine, album reviews, video and written interviews, covering live shows (text, video and photography) have been also a strong contribution to the zine work. Besides the zine "hobbies" I am also a origami, music and travel enthusiastic. Academic background: Biology degree from the University of Coimbra (Portugal); Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the Center of Neurosciences & Faculty of Science and Technology (Portugal); PhD degree from the Medical Faculty, University of Helsinki (Finland).

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